How to change Google Chrome background


Google Chrome is the most popular web browser on desktop and mobile platforms. When you open Chrome on the PC, it opens a new tab page with a Google Search box and quick links to favorite websites. This page basically shows a blank background. Chrome also lets you customize the background as per your interest. You can either select a color, gradient, pattern or upload your own photo to set as a background for Google Chrome’s new tab page.

If you want to change Google Chrome’s background for the new Tab page, it is really easy. Open Google Chrome and sign into your account. You will see the Sign in option at the top-right corner for signing into Chrome.

Once you are signed into Chrome, open the New Tab page. Now you see the ‘Customize’ button at the bottom right corner of the page.

change Google Chrome background

Now It will show you different options to customize the page. You can select from available background options. There is also an option to upload a background from your device.

change Google Chrome background

Select any of these backgrounds and it will be added to Chrome’s new tab page. See how the theme looks on Chrome’s new tab page.

change Google Chrome background

Chrome provides several beautiful backgrounds for adding to the new tab page. If you want, upload any of your photos for adding to Chrome’s new tab page.

If you further want to customize Chrome, use the Color and theme section. Here, you see several color schemes and options for customizing the look and feel of Google Chrome.

change Google Chrome background

I selected the Dark Red theme and see how Chrome feels now. There are several color schemes. Use a color picker for manually selecting a color for Chrome’s theme.

Now you know how to change the wallpaper of Chrome’s new tab page and how to set a color scheme in Google Chrome. By using these options, you can customize the look and feel of Google Chrome for a personalized experince.


Deepanker Verma is the founder of Nerdy Guides. He is a tech blogger, software developer, and gadget freak. He also runs TheWPGuides, and Techlomedia

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